- Ben Maudlin
- Bondi Beach, Sydney
Registered Nurse, Prince of Wales Hospital
Should governments globally be implementing population control measures?
The UN report issued in 2004 on the projected population growth predicted that world population growth would reach 12 billion by 2050. This is also the predicted capacity for the worlds resources and liveable land area.
What do we do after this point?
If we continue at the current growth rate of 2.05 children per woman then by 2300 there will be an unimaginable 134 trillion on this planet.
What's the solution?
With healthcare developing and people living longer where do we draw the line?